Thanks to Sally Cronin at Smorgasbord for delving into the archives and coming up with this post I wrote about playing Chess back in 2017.

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Author Stevie Turner shares her memories of being taught to play chess by her father and the subsequent losses and victories over the years as she mastered the game.

Chess by Stevie Turner

My father unfortunately died far too young at only 49. However, he was a great teacher, and when I was about 8 or 9 he taught me how to play Chess.

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Most early evenings we would sit opposite each other at the chessboard after I had finished playing outside. Internet, together…

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